Bug#934197: RFS: assaultcube-data/18.104.22.168.1-2 [ITA] -- data files and documentation for AssaultCube
> srry, don't have time to check the details now, for this change double-
> parandid-check please:
>> * Changed upstream VCS-fields. Moved to salsa.d.o. (Closes:
> Check if that is legally possible. Upstream has here a "unmodified
> distribution clause" and I'm hosting it on a gitlab instance is covered
> by the license.
> Upstream License Text:
> The entire AssaultCube package
> AssaultCube is FREEWARE. By downloading the AssaultCube package(s) you
> agree that you may freely use and redistribute the AssaultCube
> package(s) UNMODIFIED (the AssaultCube package(s) can be originally
> found at https://github.com/assaultcube/AC) on any media, subject to
> the following licensing conditions:
> AssaultCube is provided "as-is", without any express or implied
> In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages arising
> from the use of AssaultCube.
> You MAY NOT use AssaultCube for ANY commercial purposes.
> You may re-compress the AssaultCube package(s) using different
> archival formats (i.e. zip/tgz/rpm/deb/dmg).
> Any other changes beyond this, require EXPLICIT permission.
> The origin of AssaultCube, or its package(s) must not be
> You must not claim that you created AssaultCube or any of the
> original AssaultCube package(s).
> You must not modify AssaultCube for the purposes of gaining an
> unfair advantage over others and you must not redistribute these
> modifications in any form, including, but not limited to videos, text
> and software.
> PLEASE NOTE: This license is for the entire UNMODIFIED AssaultCube
> package(s). You may choose to disect, and use or redistribute, etc.
> pieces of AssaultCube, instead of the entire package(s) if you wish.
> HOWEVER, you must adhere to the license specified for that particular
> data. If no license is specified, you MUST assume that the data is
> COPYRIGHT and you are NOT allowed to redistribute that data outside of
> an UNMODIFIED AssaultCube package(s).
I see, I did as I was told, separating the 'contrib' and 'non-free'
packages, but is it more advisable to add this upstream license text to
a "d/README.source" or "d/copyright"?
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